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#19486 - 09/24/03 03:32 PM Small Fixed Blade Pocket Knives

Edited by paul (09/24/03 03:33 PM)

#19487 - 09/25/03 12:51 AM Re: Small Fixed Blade Pocket Knives

Those are really nice knives, I think Tops is a great manufacturer but I think one of their best knives is the Tracker Scout, Check it out.
I've used this knife before and I think it is Excellent!

But besides that one you may have missed this total section on that site, it seems they almost try to hide it.

#19488 - 09/25/03 10:43 AM Re: Small Fixed Blade Pocket Knives

I like that tracker scout. Someone somewhere asked about small fixed blades for or in kits and I have been looking for small fixed under 6" for a while too. I have a review i found that I can post later, but it looks old and some of the links appear old and broken.

#19489 - 09/25/03 12:16 PM Re: Small Fixed Blade Pocket Knives
boatman Offline

Registered: 03/10/03
Posts: 424
Loc: Michigan
You should check out the A.G.Russell Woodswalker knife.It is inexspensive at $19.95 plus shipping.The knife is carried in a leather sheath that wears like a wallet.Kydex sheaths are available with knife for $24.95.Check it out at http://www.agrussell.com

#19490 - 09/25/03 01:33 PM Hmmmmm ....

#19491 - 09/25/03 02:31 PM Small Custom Fixed Blade Review

I like Running Dog ... but nojoy on an email or catalog. Check out his Little Pup.

I also liked a knife from River Rat Knife Co., but once agian they have seemed to have disappeared.


#19492 - 09/25/03 02:47 PM Re: Small Fixed Blade Pocket Knives
David Offline

Registered: 10/09/02
Posts: 245
Loc: Tennessee (middle)
Take a look at Anza Knives. Their home page is:


The T-1 is a nice, small blade. They have others in the same size range. I'm not sure which model I have, but it's about 6" long overall. It carries nicely in a leather pouch sheath, which I usually just drop in a pocket.

My wife likes it, too, as a paring knife. I had to get a bunch of new Victorinox parers & other kitchen utility blades (thus, filling the knife block), in order to recover my Anza from the kitchen.

The blades are carbon steel, if that makes a difference.


#19493 - 09/25/03 02:54 PM Re: Small Fixed Blade Pocket Knives

Hmmmmmmm ...

I like the TW, but I can't believe it's only 4" overall

#19494 - 09/25/03 06:46 PM Re: Small Fixed Blade Pocket Knives
David Offline

Registered: 10/09/02
Posts: 245
Loc: Tennessee (middle)
Not sure I've handled a TW (stands for "teeny weeny"), but I don't doubt the 4" length. Mine is along the lines of the #4, at around 6" overall. It only cost around $20 when I got it several years back. The product line has changed somewhat in the intervening years.

The TW intrigued me, but 4" is just too small for my hands. The 6" on the one I have is about the minimum for me, and I find an OAL of 7" works better.

Anza knives aren't particularly pretty, but they're tough, sharp, & a good value.


#19495 - 09/26/03 03:44 PM River Rat Knife Co.

has anyone heard of or knowwhat happened to the "River Rat Knife Co." ????

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